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SEOUL: More South Koreans are becoming inclined to stock investing as they seek to take advantage of a turnaround from the Covid-19 financial market crisis, a survey showed.
Of 1,000 respondents aged between 19 and 59,67.8% said they were interested in investing via stocks, according to a survey conducted in February by Seoul-based market research firm Macromill Embrain Trend Monitor. Among them, 52.7% said they had begun to take an interest in stock investing since January 2020, when the Covid-19 outbreak surfaced on a global scale.
The younger respondents were, the more likely they were attached to stock investing, results also showed. Of those aged younger than 30,70.8% showed interest in stock trading, showing a contrast from those aged 50 or older, 59.6% of whom responded they were interested.
The finding implies that South Korean income earners considered the Covid-19 crisis an opportunity for stock investing, setting the stage for the increased involvement of day traders, locally dubbed “ant warriors, ” Macromill Embrain said.
Of all respondents, 56% said they were holding listed stocks as of February, and 37.5% of them had spent less than 5 million won (US$4,420 or RM18.32) respectively for stock investing in the past year.
In the meantime, the survey result also showed that those who feel insecure at work were more likely to be investing in stocks, as opposed to those who feel stable. Macromill Embrain noted that those suffering job insecurity tended to look for a breakthrough in hopes of a bull market.
Also, four in five respondents regard themselves as having a “low level of education” in the field of personal finance, while 55.1% of respondents believed their stock investing would yield better returns by reading books or watching lectures. — The Korea Herald/ANN
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